New Deus Ex Trademark Hints Towards A New Game

Deus Ex Human Revolution
Remember Deus Ex: Human Defiance? We’re pretty sure that most of you disappointed when you found out that this was – most probably – the title for the upcoming Deus Ex film. How dare them tease us like that, right? Well, all hope is not lost as a new Deus Ex trademark may be hinting towards a new game. That, or Square Enix will be launching a TV series (or web mini-series) called Deus Ex: The Fall.
Spotted by NeoGAF member ‘Nirolak’, the following information proves that Square Enix has trademarked Deus Ex: The Fall on March 4th. According to this whois, Deus Ex: The Fall’s trademark expires in two years, meaning that we could be getting a new Deus Ex game in 2014 or 2015 for next-generation platforms.
Square Enix Limited
Domain Administrator
Wimbledon Bridge House 1 Hartfield Road
London, Greater London SW19 3RU
Registrar Whois…:
Registrar Homepage:
Domain Name:
Created on…………..: Mon, Mar 04, 2013
Expires on…………..: Wed, Mar 04, 2015
Record last updated on..: Mon, Mar 04, 2013″
Naturally, we could be wrong but this sounds like a perfect mix between a game and a movie. After all, a game following the film’s debut is the logical thing to do, so there is still hope for a new Deus Ex game. Question is whether EIDOS Montreal will be behind it and if so, whether it will impact Thief’s development.
As always, take this with a grain of salt since nothing has been confirmed as of yet!

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